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Time to actually take the blinkers off ? A 1 response to

  title={Time to actually take the blinkers off ? A 1 response to},
  author={Cruickshank and Collins and John Proctor Mills and Ian David Boardley},
Cruickshank and Collins [2] ‘Advancing Leadership in Sport: Time to Take Off the Blinkers?’ has created something of a furore around the effectiveness and suitability of dark leadership traits and behaviours. This paper attempts to clarify some of the conceptual issues discussed within their paper, while also redressing a number of literary misrepresentations. Finally, the potential limitations of Cruickshank and Collins’ research are discussed, as well as the wider context of research that… Expand


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